Abstract

We demonstrate that the numerical value of the cross-correlation between P or S waveforms, commonly computed to determine differential travel times for earthquake relocation, itself contains useful information about the relative location of the events. This information can be used to supplement traditional travel-time inversions (especially when few stations are available) and to investigate the heterogeneity that underlies the multiple scattering process.

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